OCD and Anxiety
For many people, medications are an important component of care. In combination with your regular programming, your care team may suggest a medication plan to help you or your child improve your treatment outcomes at Rogers Behavioral Health and in daily life.
Rogers’ experienced medical staff will assess your or your child’s family and medical history, symptoms and more to determine which medication and dosage may be a helpful supplement to your behavioral therapy.
Your team at Rogers understands sometimes there is a stigma to using medication. However, medication, or pharmacologic therapy, can be extremely helpful in decreasing your symptoms of mental illness or addiction. Your treatment team will regularly review your medication plan to ensure it’s the right fit for you.
Of course, therapy is still the foundation of your care at Rogers. Relying on medications alone can sometimes be risky and lead to relapse, or a return of symptoms. Over time, your body may react differently to your medications. Or if you stop taking them, and you don’t have a toolbox of skills, such as those developed in therapy, you may not be equipped to overcome life’s challenges.
Rogers does use a third-party pharmacy for some medications. Medication fees are billed separately for residential, partial hospital and intensive outpatient care.
For adults facing addiction, including alcohol, drug or opioid addiction, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) may be part of your treatment plan, but not as a freestanding service.
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